Ok. I invite you to visit the museum. It is free, by the way.
There are a bunch of events that folks should know about so here is a quick run down:
- Harlem of the West - Jazz, Bebop and Beatnik
- An Idea Called Tomorrow - 1 , a collaboration with the Skirball Museum - according to the web site it is "intended to inspire visitors to reflect upon the active role we must all play in bringing about a more just, equitable, and peaceful future."
- Dance Theatre of Harlem: 40 Years of Firsts - Costumes and history of one of America's premier dance institution.
So if you home school or looking for something to do with the kids on your weekend and, you don't have cash for Disneyland, this might be an option for you and the little darlings/devils.
The address of the California African American Museum is 600 State Drive, Exposition Park Los Angeles, CA 90037. The museum is open Tuesday - Sunday. They are closed on Mondays.